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(Summary description)Popularity is not just a patent of the fashion circle, there are also so-called trends in the handmade world. After the craze for coloring books, western calligraphy, embroidery, etc., paper flower art is now feverish! As the name suggests, paper flowers are made of paper media, which look like real flowers. Generally speaking, most of the paper flower artists are accustomed to using crepe paper, and some people use colored tissue paper and cardboard to create a mix and match.

How did paper flowers form a new trend? British paper flower artist Susan Beech believes that when people begin to realize the beauty and uniqueness of paper flower, it is difficult not to be attracted by it, and people will also have the idea of ​​learning paper flower art. For events, wedding decorations, or as gifts, paper flowers are becoming more widely known for their widespread use.

In this trend, let us introduce to you 4 paper flower artists worthy of attention:


01 Tiffanie Turner

Now living in San Francisco, USA, Tiffanie is a paper flower artist with an architect background. Known for its large paper flowers, the work can be up to 1.5 meters wide. Due to the larger size, the production time required is also longer, with an average of 250-400 hours per piece. I have great interest in the production process and repetitive elements of objects, and sketches of flowers and plants have always been my passion.

In 2017, he published the book "The Fine Art of Paper Flowers" on paper flowers. Tiffanie also participated in the artist residency program in San Francisco, creating three-dimensional flowers and opening paper flower workshops.



02 Kate Alarcon

Seattle paper flower artist Kate Alarcon is skilled in hand-made paper flowers, and can turn various colored pieces of paper into lifelike flowers. She is accustomed to using European crepe paper of different pounds to make fine petals and calyxes, even succulents can not trouble her.

Since 2007, she taught herself the art of paper flowers. She used to start with small details, such as confirming the coloring method of the petals, first trying to make half a stamen, and then combining all the parts. Her paper flower philosophy firmly believes that the meaning of paper flower art does not lie in completely copying a flower. She also encourages novices to create without being obsessed with realism.



03 Susan Beech

Susan Beech is the brand founder of A Petal Unfolds. He studied art at university and now lives in the UK. The soft tones, sweet style and exquisite workmanship in Susan's work have won her the opportunity to cooperate with brands such as Jo Malone and Cath Kidston.

Pink peonies and yellow daffodils, in Susan's world, every moment is the season of blooming flowers. At the beginning, I became interested in paper flowers because of reading hand-made magazines. Before creating, Susan was used to observing the details of the flowers. In addition to personal creation, Susan also offers online teaching courses to lead more people to join the ranks of paper flower art.


04 Livia Cetti

Livia is also a still-life stylist, handcrafter, and art director because of the paper flowers in the "New Yorker". The paper flower works are well-known for their high-key and colorful colors. She shared many creative secrets and tips in the book "The Exquisite Book of Paper Flowers".

Graduated from the San Francisco Arts Institute, Livia has 19 years of experience in the floral industry and has also served as a writer for the American lifestyle magazine Martha Stewart Living.


The ancient trend reappears today

It is said that the art of paper flowers originated from ancient China. It was very popular during the Victorian period in England, and it can also be seen in Mexican culture. What's interesting is that this ancient art has once again set off an upsurge in the Internet age.

To make paper flowers a daily routine in life, you can start with online courses or simple Youtube videos. There is still a long time before the Valentine's Day of the Chinese Valentine's Day. From now on, I will prepare to hold a bunch of hand-made paper flowers.

Do not misunderstand, this is fake flowers!

(Summary description)Popularity is not just a patent of the fashion circle, there are also so-called trends in the handmade world. After the craze for coloring books, western calligraphy, embroidery, etc., paper flower art is now feverish! As the name suggests, paper flowers are made of paper media, which look like real flowers. Generally speaking, most of the paper flower artists are accustomed to using crepe paper, and some people use colored tissue paper and cardboard to create a mix and match.

How did paper flowers form a new trend? British paper flower artist Susan Beech believes that when people begin to realize the beauty and uniqueness of paper flower, it is difficult not to be attracted by it, and people will also have the idea of ​​learning paper flower art. For events, wedding decorations, or as gifts, paper flowers are becoming more widely known for their widespread use.

In this trend, let us introduce to you 4 paper flower artists worthy of attention:


01 Tiffanie Turner

Now living in San Francisco, USA, Tiffanie is a paper flower artist with an architect background. Known for its large paper flowers, the work can be up to 1.5 meters wide. Due to the larger size, the production time required is also longer, with an average of 250-400 hours per piece. I have great interest in the production process and repetitive elements of objects, and sketches of flowers and plants have always been my passion.

In 2017, he published the book "The Fine Art of Paper Flowers" on paper flowers. Tiffanie also participated in the artist residency program in San Francisco, creating three-dimensional flowers and opening paper flower workshops.



02 Kate Alarcon

Seattle paper flower artist Kate Alarcon is skilled in hand-made paper flowers, and can turn various colored pieces of paper into lifelike flowers. She is accustomed to using European crepe paper of different pounds to make fine petals and calyxes, even succulents can not trouble her.

Since 2007, she taught herself the art of paper flowers. She used to start with small details, such as confirming the coloring method of the petals, first trying to make half a stamen, and then combining all the parts. Her paper flower philosophy firmly believes that the meaning of paper flower art does not lie in completely copying a flower. She also encourages novices to create without being obsessed with realism.



03 Susan Beech

Susan Beech is the brand founder of A Petal Unfolds. He studied art at university and now lives in the UK. The soft tones, sweet style and exquisite workmanship in Susan's work have won her the opportunity to cooperate with brands such as Jo Malone and Cath Kidston.

Pink peonies and yellow daffodils, in Susan's world, every moment is the season of blooming flowers. At the beginning, I became interested in paper flowers because of reading hand-made magazines. Before creating, Susan was used to observing the details of the flowers. In addition to personal creation, Susan also offers online teaching courses to lead more people to join the ranks of paper flower art.


04 Livia Cetti

Livia is also a still-life stylist, handcrafter, and art director because of the paper flowers in the "New Yorker". The paper flower works are well-known for their high-key and colorful colors. She shared many creative secrets and tips in the book "The Exquisite Book of Paper Flowers".

Graduated from the San Francisco Arts Institute, Livia has 19 years of experience in the floral industry and has also served as a writer for the American lifestyle magazine Martha Stewart Living.


The ancient trend reappears today

It is said that the art of paper flowers originated from ancient China. It was very popular during the Victorian period in England, and it can also be seen in Mexican culture. What's interesting is that this ancient art has once again set off an upsurge in the Internet age.

To make paper flowers a daily routine in life, you can start with online courses or simple Youtube videos. There is still a long time before the Valentine's Day of the Chinese Valentine's Day. From now on, I will prepare to hold a bunch of hand-made paper flowers.

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Popularity is not just a patent of the fashion circle, there are also so-called trends in the handmade world. After the craze for coloring books, western calligraphy, embroidery, etc., paper flower art is now feverish! As the name suggests, paper flowers are made of paper media, which look like real flowers. Generally speaking, most of the paper flower artists are accustomed to using crepe paper, and some people use colored tissue paper and cardboard to create a mix and match.

How did paper flowers form a new trend? British paper flower artist Susan Beech believes that when people begin to realize the beauty and uniqueness of paper flower, it is difficult not to be attracted by it, and people will also have the idea of ​​learning paper flower art. For events, wedding decorations, or as gifts, paper flowers are becoming more widely known for their widespread use.

In this trend, let us introduce to you 4 paper flower artists worthy of attention:


01 Tiffanie Turner

Now living in San Francisco, USA, Tiffanie is a paper flower artist with an architect background. Known for its large paper flowers, the work can be up to 1.5 meters wide. Due to the larger size, the production time required is also longer, with an average of 250-400 hours per piece. I have great interest in the production process and repetitive elements of objects, and sketches of flowers and plants have always been my passion.

In 2017, he published the book "The Fine Art of Paper Flowers" on paper flowers. Tiffanie also participated in the artist residency program in San Francisco, creating three-dimensional flowers and opening paper flower workshops.

 

02 Kate Alarcon

Seattle paper flower artist Kate Alarcon is skilled in hand-made paper flowers, and can turn various colored pieces of paper into lifelike flowers. She is accustomed to using European crepe paper of different pounds to make fine petals and calyxes, even succulents can not trouble her.

Since 2007, she taught herself the art of paper flowers. She used to start with small details, such as confirming the coloring method of the petals, first trying to make half a stamen, and then combining all the parts. Her paper flower philosophy firmly believes that the meaning of paper flower art does not lie in completely copying a flower. She also encourages novices to create without being obsessed with realism.

 

03 Susan Beech

Susan Beech is the brand founder of A Petal Unfolds. He studied art at university and now lives in the UK. The soft tones, sweet style and exquisite workmanship in Susan's work have won her the opportunity to cooperate with brands such as Jo Malone and Cath Kidston.

Pink peonies and yellow daffodils, in Susan's world, every moment is the season of blooming flowers. At the beginning, I became interested in paper flowers because of reading hand-made magazines. Before creating, Susan was used to observing the details of the flowers. In addition to personal creation, Susan also offers online teaching courses to lead more people to join the ranks of paper flower art.


04 Livia Cetti

Livia is also a still-life stylist, handcrafter, and art director because of the paper flowers in the "New Yorker". The paper flower works are well-known for their high-key and colorful colors. She shared many creative secrets and tips in the book "The Exquisite Book of Paper Flowers".

Graduated from the San Francisco Arts Institute, Livia has 19 years of experience in the floral industry and has also served as a writer for the American lifestyle magazine Martha Stewart Living.


The ancient trend reappears today

It is said that the art of paper flowers originated from ancient China. It was very popular during the Victorian period in England, and it can also be seen in Mexican culture. What's interesting is that this ancient art has once again set off an upsurge in the Internet age.

To make paper flowers a daily routine in life, you can start with online courses or simple Youtube videos. There is still a long time before the Valentine's Day of the Chinese Valentine's Day. From now on, I will prepare to hold a bunch of hand-made paper flowers.

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